Ashleé leads efforts to build community and learning within AJP’s portfolio of growth grantees. She also supports grantees’ hiring practices, which include building a pipeline of potential candidates and consulting throughout the talent acquisition process.
Before arriving at AJP, Ashleé was the vice president of digital for Louisville Public Media, an AJP grantee. She focused on reaching audiences beyond traditional radio through social media, newsletters and digital projects. Ashleé has also worked as a consumer electronics journalist at CNET reviewing ovens and cooking appliances. She previously worked in healthcare communications and began her career as a criminal justice/general assignments reporter at the Lexington Herald-Leader.
Ashleé is a graduate of Western Kentucky University and Spalding University. She’s the author of the book, “Louisville Diners,” a host for the Moth StorySLAM and a four-time Golden Girls trivia winner. She lives in Louisville, Ky. with her two dogs.